Personal reminiscences of a Confederate general staff officer's young wife, who lived through and survived the Vicksburg, Mississippi campaign (December 1862 � July 1863), and its immediate aftermath. This young wife and mother found herself living in manmade caves in and around Vicksburg during those turbulent months. In this book the authoress provides an intimate record of the extreme difficulties which civilian populations undergo during large-scale military sieges. She chronicles the practical, everyday hardships, personal relationships, speculations, observations, hopes and prayers of those who experienced this ordeal of war. � This edition is Annotated and a Glossary has been added; 196+ pages.
|Publisher:||Strait Gate Publications, Charlotte, North Carolin|
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